I saw a tweet from Andrew Woody (@AndrewWoody) to Joel Oleson (@joeloleson) this morning about logos for the group called SharePint. This is a group of SharePoint experts and people that are learning more about SharePoint that want to get together for informal Tweetups / Meetups in various cities around the globe. I thought it was a great idea and felt compelled to write this blog post.
If you want to follow a few of the Rock Stars of SharePoint take a look at a few of the following people on Twitter and also check out their blogs. With 20,000 SharePoint Servers and 100 million SharePoint seats (aka users) there is no lack of very talented people out there building solutions for SharePoint. A point I highlighted a few days ago in my blog post What CAN’T SharePoint do?
Check these guys out on Twitter and on their blogs too:
- Joel Oleson
- Andrew Woody
- Mike Gannotti – Mike is a podcaster extraordinaire
- Owen Allen
- Andrew Connell
- Also, do a regular Search for #SharePint on Twitter for the happenings in your local area and to see what else is happening around the world.
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I have spent the better part of the last 16 years working in various aspects of the ECM space. I spent time at Kofax, Microsoft, FileNet, K2, and most recently Captaris (which was acquired by Open Text in Nov 2008). Prior to that I was a Unix VAR running my own company. Follow me on Twitter, check my blog, send email or find me on Facebook or LinkedIn.
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